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Back in the day, if someone took your ship they were either doing so under the auspices of a country (privateer) or for their own benefit (pirate, buccaneer, corsair, etc.)...either way, whomever it was, you will probably find him (or her) listed here...
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Cornelis Janszoon de Haan

bornactivedied
unknown1630sunknown
Dutch privateer in the seventeenth century. Captain of a men-of-war that was engaged with two privateers from Duinkerken on 19 April 1633.


Catherine Hagerty

bornactivedied
unknown18061807, Apr
Australian convicts. Among a group of convicts taken on board a shorthanded ship as crew. The convicts commandeered the ship and sailed for New Zealand. Hagerty was put ashore and died, Badger was never seen again. Widely considered to be the first Australian female pirate. The ship Venus, due to a shortage of manpower, took on convicts including Badger and...
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Richard Hains

bornactivedied
unknown1720sunknown
One of Captain Low's crew. When Low took a Portuguese ship at St. Michael's in the Azores in 1723, he, with unusual kindness, simply burnt the ship and let the crew go to shore in a boat. While the prisoners were getting out the boat, Richard Hains happened to be drinking punch out of a silver tankard at one of the open ports, and took the opportunity to dro...
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John Halsey

bornactivedied
16621705-17081708
a colonial American privateer and a later pirate who was active in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans during the early 18th century. Although much of his life and career is unknown, he is recorded in A General History of the Pyrates which states "He was brave in his Person, courteous to all his Prisoners, lived beloved, and died regretted by his own People. His ...
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Captain John Haman

bornactivedied
unknown1720sunknown
He lived all alone with his wife and family on a small and otherwise uninhabited island in the Bahamas. About the year 1720, he sailed into New Providence Harbour in his 40-ton sloop, intending to settle there. Captain Rackam and Anne Bonny stole this vessel and elo...
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Pieter Hamers

borndied
unknownunknown
18th century Dutch privateer. see Cornelis Gerrits


Jean Hamlin

aka: Hamilton
bornactivedied
unknown1682-1684unknown
French buccaneer active in the Caribbean. Later hunted down by Captain John Coxon.
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Israel Hands

aka: Basilica Hands
bornactivedied
unknown1710s-17181718, Nov 22
an 18th-century pirate, also known as Basilica Hands. He is best known for being second in command to Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard. Hands' first historical mention was in 1718, when Blackbeard gave him command of David Herriot's ship Adventure after He...
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Thomas Hankyn

bornactivedied
unknown1580 caunknown


Captain Hansel

bornactivedied
unknown1660s-1670sunknown
He behaved himself so courageously at the taking of Porto Bello in 1669, that a party of some 400 men, in four ships, chose Hansel to be their admiral in an attempt on the town of Comana, near Caracas. This attack was a most complete failure, the pirates being driven off "with great loss and in great confusion." When Hansel's party arrived back at Jamaica, t...
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Klaus Hanslein

aka: Henzlein, Little Jack
bornactivedied
unknown1570s1573
This German pirate of the 1570's attacked shipping in the North sea until he and his crew were captured and beheaded in Hamburg.


Jonathan Haraden

bornactivedied
unknown1745-1803unknown
Privateer


Johanna Hard

aka: Johanna Hård
bornactivedied
1789, Dec 31823unknown
Sweden's last pirate; in 1823, recently widowed Hård, a farm owner on Vrångö Island, was arrested along with her farmhand Anders Andersson, farmer Christen Andersson, and one of Christen's farmhands Carl Börjesson and boatman Johan Andersson Flatås of Göteborg for piracy after the Danish ship Frau Mette was found beached and plundered with a murdered c...
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Captain Thomas Harding

bornactivedied
unknown1650sunknown
In 1653 he captured a rich prize, a Barbadoes vessel. For this he was tried for piracy at Boston.
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Richard Hardy

bornactivedied
1697 ca1720s-17221722, Apr 6
One of Captain Bartholomew Roberts's crew. Hanged at Cape Coast Castle, West Coast of Africa, on April 6th, 1722, at the age of 25 years.
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Mary Harley

borndied
unknownunknown


Micajah Harpe

bornactivedied
17681797-17991799
Known as "Big" Harpe, he and his brother Wiley "Little" Harpe were murderers, serial killers, highwaymen, and river pirates, who operated in Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, and Mississippi in the late 18th century. Their crimes appear to have been motivated more by blood lust than financial gain and they are likely America's first true "serial killers" (recko...
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Wiley Harpe

aka: Little Harpe
bornactivedied
17701797-18041804, Feb 8
Known as "Little" Harpe, he and his brother Micajah "Big" Harpe were murderers, serial killers, highwaymen, and river pirates, who operated in Tennessee, Kentucky, Illinois, and Mississippi in the late 18th century. Their crimes appear to have been motivated more by blood lust than financial gain and they are likely America's first true "serial killers" (r...
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Abraham Harper

bornactivedied
1699 ca1720s1722
Born at Bristol. He was cooper on board Captain Roberts's Royal Fortune. When the pirates took a prize, it was Harper's duty to see that all the casks and coopers' tools were removed from the prize to the pirate craft. Hanged at the age of 23, with the rest of the crew, in 1722.
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Captain Charles Harris

bornactivedied
unknown1722-1723 1723
Not known before he joined the notorious pirate Edward Low. He captained the sloop Ranger in the Action of 10 June 1723. While Low escaped, Charles and his crew were captured and hanged in Newport.
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Hugh Harris

bornactivedied
unknown1720sunknown
Of Corfe Castle, Dorsetshire. One of Roberts's crew; tried and condemned to be hanged in 1722, but reprieved and sold to the Royal African Company to serve for seven years in their plantations.
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James Harris

bornactivedied
unknown1608 caunknown
One of Roberts's crew.
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Captain Mitch Harris

borndied
17501780


Peter Harris the Elder

bornactivedied
unknown1670s1680, May 3
a British buccaneer, one of the captains (along with Bartholomew Sharp and Edmund Cook) in the Pacific Adventure, a privateering expedition headed by Richard Sawkins and John Coxon. After plundering the mining town of Santa Maria (east of Panama City) on Apri...
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Peter Harris the Younger

bornactivedied
unknown1684-1685unknown
Nephew of Peter Harris the Elder


Richard Harris

borndied
unknownunknown
A Cornishman. One of Captain Roberts's crew and the oldest, being 45 years of age when he was hanged, an unusually advanced age to reach in this most "unhealthy" profession.
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Captain Harrison

bornactivedied
unknown1670sunknown
Sailed in October, 1670, in company with Captains Prince and Ludbury, into Port Royal, after a successful expedition with 170 men up the San Juan River in Nicaragua, when they plundered the unfortunate city of Granada. This city had suffered so much from previous attacks from the buccaneers that the plunder came to only some £20 per man on this occasion. ...
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Captain Harvey

bornactivedied
unknown1680sunknown
Arrived at New London in 1685 in company with another pirate, Captain Veale; posed as an honest merchant, but, being recognized, left in great haste.
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Mary Harvey

aka: Harley, Farlee
bornactivedied
unknown1726unknown


William Harvey [2]

bornactivedied
unknown1720sunknown
Tried for piracy with the rest of Gow's crew at Newgate in 1725, and acquitted.
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John Harwood

bornactivedied
1670 ca1703-17041710/1716 ca
an English pirate, he worked in the Caribbean. He was a member of the crew of the pirate ship The Charles, led by Captain Daniel Plowman. The Charles sailed from Boston in July 1703 on a pirate expedition against the French and Spanish ships. Not...
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Simon Hatley

bornactivedied
unknown1708 caunknown


Captain Hattsell

bornactivedied
unknown1665unknown
This buccaneer served as an officer with Mansfield in his successful and daring night attack on the Island of Providence, when, with only 200 men, the fort was captured and the Spanish Governor taken prisoner. Captain Hattsell was left behind with thirty-five men to hold the island, while Mansfield sailed to the mainland with his prisoners, who had surrender...
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Captain Hawkins

borndied
unknownunknown
A seventeenth-century Barbadoes pirate. Notorious for his cruelty, which led to his fighting a duel with one of his crew, Greaves, alias Red Legs, by whom he was defeated, his victor being elected captain in his place.
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Sir John Hawkins

aka: Hawkyns
bornactivedied
15321554-15671595, Nov 12
an English naval commander and administrator, merchant, navigator, shipbuilder, privateer and slave trader. He was considered the first English trader to profit from the Triangle Trade, based on selling supplies to colonies ill-supplied by their home countries, and their demand for African slaves in the Spanish colonies of Santo Domingo and Venezuela in the ...
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Sir Richard Hawkins

bornactivedied
1562 ca1593-15941622, Apr 17
a 17th-century English seaman, explorer and Elizabethan "Sea Dog", and the son of Admiral Sir John Hawkins. In 1604 he became Member of Parliament for Plymouth and Vice-Admiral of Devon, a post which, as the coast was swarming with pirates, was no sinecure. In 1605 he was named in the founding charter of the Spanish Company as one of the 557 founding members...
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Captain Thomas Hawkins [1]

bornactivedied
unknown1680s1689
In the year 1689 cruised off the coast of New England, burning and plundering the shipping. The Bay colony sent out an armed sloop, the Mary (Samuel Pease, commander), in October of that year, to attempt to capture Hawkins. Pease found the pirate in Buzzard's Bay. Hawkins ran up a red flag and a furious engagement began. The crew of the Mary at last boarded ...
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Thomas Hawkins [2]

bornactivedied
unknown1680s-1690sunknown
Born at Boston. Turned pirate and cruised with Captain Pound. Tried for piracy at Boston in 1690, but reprieved. Sent to England, but on the voyage was killed in a fight with a French privateer.
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William Hawkins the younger

bornactivedied
unknown1585 caunknown
went around the world with Francis Drake


Bully Hayes

bornactivedied
1827/291850-18771877, Mar 31
a notorious American-born ship's captain who engaged in blackbirding in the 1860s and 1870s and whose arrival on any Pacific Island would cause islanders to hide in fear of being kidnapped and shipped off to be a labourer on some distant plantation.
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Thomas Hazel

bornactivedied
1773 ca1720s-17231723
Hanged in Rhode Island in 1723 at the advanced age, for a pirate, of 50.
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Peter Heaman

aka: Rogers
bornactivedied
17871821-18221822, Jan 9
A French pirate, born in 1787. Sailed from Gibraltar in May, 1821, as mate on board the schooner Jane (Captain Thomas Johnson), bound for Bahia, Brazil, with a very rich cargo of beeswax, silk, olives, and other goods, as well as eight barrels of Spanish dollars.
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Peleg Heath

bornactivedied
unknown1680s-1690unknown
One of William Coward's crew. Condemned to be hanged at Boston in 1690, but afterwards reprieved.
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Captain Heidon

bornactivedied
unknown1560sunknown
Arrested for piracy in 1564 for having captured a Flemish ship. This vessel he manned with thirteen Scotchmen in addition to his own crew, and sailed off the coast of Spain. Here he took a prize containing a cargo of wine, which he carried to the Island of Bere in Bantry Bay. The wine was sold to Lord O'Sullivan. Heidon now fitted up another ship, the John o...
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Piet Hein

aka: Pieter, Pieterszoon, Piet Heyn, Heijn
bornactivedied
1577, Nov 251607-16291629, Jun 18
a Dutch admiral and privateer for the Dutch Republic during the Eighty Years' War between the United Provinces and Spain. After serving as a Spanish galley slave for four years, Hein later captured 11,509,524 guilders of cargo from the Spanish treasure fleet.
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Magnus Heinason

bornactivedied
1545/4815791589, Jan 18
Faroese naval hero and privateer. Was executed for piracy, though charges were later dropped.
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Captain Henley

bornactivedied
unknown1680sunknown
In 1683 sailed from Boston "bound for the Rack," afterwards going to the Red Sea, where he plundered Arab and Malabar ships.
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Moses Cohen Henriques

aka: Moses Cohen Henriques Eanes
bornactivedied
unknown1620s-1630sunknown
a Dutch pirate of Portuguese Sephardic Jewish origin active in the Caribbean against Spain and Brazil against Portugal. Henriques helped Dutch naval officer and folk hero Admiral Piet Pieterszoon Hein, of the Dutch West India Company, capture the Spanish treasure fleet in the battle of the Bay of Matanzas in Cuba, during the Eighty Years' War, in 1628. Henri...
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Captain Miguel Henriquez

aka: Henríquez, Enríquez
bornactivedied
1674-801700-17351743
a privateer from San Juan, Puerto Rico who operated during the early 18th century. A mulatto born out of wedlock, Enríquez was a shoemaker by occupation. After working for the governor as a salesman he was recruited to defend Puerto Rico, then a colony of the Spanish Empire, and commanded a small fleet that intercepted foreign merchant ships and other vesse...
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Klein Henszlein

aka: Klaus Hanslein
bornactivedied
unknown1560-15731573
a German pirate from 1560 to 1573 who raided shipping in the North Sea until his defeat and capture by a fleet from Hamburg. Taken back to Hamburg, Henszlein and his men were paraded though the city streets before being beheaded; their heads were then impaled on stakes. In a later account, the executioner described how he "flicked off" the heads of the thirt...
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Captain Herdue

bornactivedied
unknown1660sunknown
Buccaneer. Commanded a frigate of four guns, crew of forty men, at Tortuga Island, in 1663.
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Augustus Hernandez

bornactivedied
unknown1820s1823
Hanged at Kingston, Jamaica, in 1823.
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Juan Hernandez

bornactivedied
unknown1820s1823, Feb 7
Captured with nine other pirates by H.M. sloop-of-war Tyne and taken to Jamaica. Hanged on February 7th, 1823, at Kingston.
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David Herriot

bornactivedied
unknown1710s-17181718
Master of the Adventure of Jamaica, which was captured by Stede Bonnet. Joined crew of Revenge/Royal James, commanded by Major Stede Bonnet. Turned King...
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William Hewett

aka: Hewet, Hewit
bornactivedied
unknown1710s-17181718, Nov 8
From the island of Jamaica. Crew member of Revenge/Royal James, commanded by Major Stede Bonnet. Hanged at Charleston, South Carolina, November 8, 1718.
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Stephen Heynes

bornactivedied
unknown1581 caunknown
/ Carless Stephen


Robert Hicks

aka: Hickes
borndied
unknown1578
Hanged


Daniel Hide

bornactivedied
unknown1720s1723, Jul
Of Virginia. One of the crew of Captain Charles Harris, who, with Captain Low, played havoc on the shipping off the American coast from New York to Charleston. Hanged at Newport, Rhode Island, in July, 1723, at the age of 23.
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Courte Higgenberte

bornactivedied
unknown1572 caunknown
Conrad van Hegenbert


Henry Hill

bornactivedied
unknown1726 caunknown


Corporal John Hill

bornactivedied
unknown1680s1689
In charge of the guard at Fort Royal, Falmouth, Maine, which all deserted one night, and went to sea with the pirate Captain Pound. Killed at Tarpaulin Cove in 1689.
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John Hilliard

borndied
unknown1681, Jan 2
One of the group leader of the company lead by Captain Bartholomew Sharp on his voyage to the South Seas. He died on January 2nd, 1681 of dropsy and was buried at sea with all usual buccaneers honours.
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Dr. John Hincher

borndied
unknownunknown
Of Edinburgh, Scotland. Graduate of the University of Edinburgh. At the age of 22 he was tried for piracy in Newport, Rhode Island, in July, 1723. Acquitted when he proved that he was taken off a prize by Captain Edward Low and forced against his will to act as ship’s surgeon.
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Israel Hind

aka: Hynde
bornactivedied
unknown1710s-17221722
Of Bristol. One of Captain Roberts's crew. Hanged at Cape Coast Castle in 1722, at the age of 30.
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John Hingson

aka: Hinset
bornactivedied
unknown1680 caunknown
One of Wafer's party left behind and lost in the forest when William Dampier crossed the Isthmus of Darien on foot in 1681.
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Anthoney Hippon

bornactivedied
unknown1596 caunknown


Robert Hitchens

borndied
15151564
A Devonshire man, born in the year 1515. Took to piracy early in life. Sailed with the pirate Captain Heidon, and was wrecked on Alderney in the year 1564. Arrested and tried for piracy, and was hanged in chains at low-water mark at St. Martin's Point, Guernsey, in 1564, at the age of 50.
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Ellis Hixon

bornactivedied
1540 ca1573 ca1573 ca
an English captain and pirate. He served in the Atlantic. In 1573 he joined Francis Drake's raid on Nobre de Dios where he was probably killed in battle.


John Hoar

aka: John Hore
bornactivedied
162216971704, Apr 2
pirate.....During wartime, Captain Hoar captured a French ship. He was permitted to purchase her and renamed his new ship the John and Rebecca. After Captain Hoar received a privateering commission from Governor Benjamin Fletcher of New York in December, 1695 he left Boston and sailed for the Red Sea with a stopover at Madagascar in April, 1696. Captain H...
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Anthony Holding

bornactivedied
1660 ca1703-17041704, Jun 30
Quartermaster of The Charles, first serving under Daniel Plowman and then under John Quelch. An English officer, pirate, he worked in the Caribbean. The ...
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Captain Holford

bornactivedied
unknown1710sunknown
Buccaneer. Of Jamaica. An old friend of the notorious pirate Vane. In 1718 he happened to arrive in his ship at a small uninhabited island in the Bay of Honduras to find Vane on shore and destitute. Vane thought he would be saved by Holford, but the latter was quite frank in refusing, saying: "I shan't trust you aboard my ship unless I carry you a prisoner, ...
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Captain Richard Holland

bornactivedied
unknown1720sunknown
Commanded a Spanish pirate vessel in the West Indies in 1724. The crew consisted of sixty Spaniards, eighteen French, and eighteen English sailors. Holland had originally belonged to the Royal Navy, but deserted from the Suffolk at Naples, and took shelter in a convent in that city.
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William Holland

bornactivedied
unknown1579 caunknown


Robert Holmes

borndied
unknownunknown
English privateer in the service of the Royal African Company (founded by the Duke of York) between 1665 and 1670. He attacked several Dutch colonies in Africa with a fleet consisting of two men-of-war and six frigates. He also attacked and plundered the Dutch colonies on the Islands of Tobago and St. Eustasius.


William Holmes

bornactivedied
unknown1810sunknown
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Jan Janszoon van Hoorn

bornactivedied
unknown1629-1633 unknown


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Esek Hopkins

bornactivedied
1718, Apr 261740s-17861802, Feb 26
the only Commander in Chief of the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War. He was also an accomplished merchant captain and privateer. Esek Hopkins was born in Scituate, Rhode Island. Before the Revolutionary War he had sailed to nearly every quarter of the earth, commanded a privateer in the French and Indian War, and served as a deputy to ...
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Mr. Hopkins

bornactivedied
unknown1700sunknown
Buccaneer and apothecary. First lieutenant to Captain Dover (a doctor of physic) on board the Duchess privateer, of Bristol. Mr. Hopkins was an apothecary by profession, not a sailor, but being a kinsman to the captain, no doubt was given promotion. He sailed from Bristol on August 2nd, 1708.
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Willem Pietrszoon Hoppesacq

borndied
unknownunknown
Dutch privateer who was active from Duinkerken. He was captain on board a fly-boat. He offered his services to the Dutch and French governments when they planned a combined attack on Duinkerken in 1595. He was uncovered on 30 April of this year, however, and was beheaded several weeks later in Duinkerken.


Gerrard van Horn

borndied
unknownunknown


Richard Horn

bornactivedied
unknown1700 caunknown


Benjamin Hornigold

bornactivedied
1680 ca1717-17191719
an 18th-century English pirate who operated during the tail end of the Golden Age of Piracy. His career lasted from 1715 until 1718, after which he became a pirate hunter and pursued his former allies on behalf of the Governor of the Bahamas. He was killed when his ship was wrecked on a reef during the hurricane season of 1719.
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Gilbert Horseley

bornactivedied
1545 ca1570s1580 ca
English captain and pirate, based in the Caribbean. Where practically pillaged whom. In 1573 he joined the fleet of Francis Drake. Together they conquered Nobre de Dios, where they seized a large quantity of gold. See Francis Drake. Later he joined the French p...
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Sir James Houblon

borndied
unknownunknown
an influential merchant and Member of Parliament for the City of London. He held appointments in the East India Company and the Levant Company. With his younger brother John, he was instrumental in establishing the Bank of England and was a director from the founding of the bank in 1692. He was elected an Alderman of the City of London in 1692, and was knigh...
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Michel Houdenom

borndied
unknownunknown
a tavern owner who joined with Captain William Kidd.


Captain George Hout

aka: George d'Hout, Hutt
bornactivedied
unknown1685-1687unknown
English buccaneer who joined Francois Grogniet and Pierre le Picard in their raid on Guayaquil in 1687.
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Thomas How

borndied
unknownunknown
A native of Barnstaple in Devon. One of Captain Bartholomew Roberts's crew. Condemned to death for piracy, but reprieved and sold to the Royal African Company to work on their plantations for seven years.
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Thomas Howard [3]

bornactivedied
unknown1693-1703unknown
a pirate primarily active in the Indian Ocean and the Red Sea during the Golden Age of Piracy. He served under other pirates of the time, including George Booth and John Bowen. He also commanded the 36-gun Prosperous. He later retired to Rapajura, in India,...
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William Howard

bornactivedied
1700 ca1710s1795 ca
a member of Edward Teach's crew, serving as quartermaster on Blackbeard’s ship Queen Anne’s Revenge. Leaving before Blackbeard’s final battle in 1718, Howard made his way to Virginia, eventually taking the general pardon offered by King George I to al...
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Thomas Huggit

bornactivedied
unknown1720s-17231723, Jul
Of London. Hanged at Newport, Rhode Island, in July, 1723. Age 30.
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William Hughs

bornactivedied
unknown1611 caunknown


Victor Hugues

bornactivedied
unknown1790sunknown
Born in Marseille, this Frenchman lost his business in Haiti when the slaves there demanded freedom. So he turned to piracy and made a fortune by raiding shipping out of Guadeloupe.


Captain Edward Hull

bornactivedied
unknown1650sunknown
Commanded the Swallow "frigott" in which he sailed from Boston in 1653, and captured several French and Dutch ships. He afterwards sold his vessels and went with his share of the plunder to England, where he settled down.
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Andrew Hunter

bornactivedied
unknown1720s-17221722, Mar 11
Member of Captain George Lowther’s crew. Hanged at St. Kitts, March 11, 1722.
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Sayyida al Hurra

aka: Sayyida al-Hurra ibn Banu Rashid al-Mandri al-Wattasi Hakima Tatwan
bornactivedied
14851510-1542unknown
Allied with the Turkish corsair Barbaros of Algiers. al Hurra controlled the western Mediterranean Sea while Barbaros controlled the eastern. Also prefect of Tétouan. In 1515 she became the last person in Islamic history to legitimately hold the title of “al Hurra” or Queen following the death of her husband who ruled Tétouan. She later married the Kin...
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John Husk

bornactivedied
unknown1710s-17181718, Nov 22
A member of Edward Teach's crew. Killed at Ocracoke Inlet, November 22, 1718, in the fight with Lieutenant Maynard’s crew,
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Thomas Hussey

borndied
unknown1611


Joseph Hutnot

bornactivedied
1670 ca1703-17041710/1718 ca
an English pirate, he worked in the Caribbean. He was a member of the crew of the pirate ship The Charles, led by Captain Daniel Plowman. The Charles sailed from Boston in July 1703 on a pirate expedition against the French and Spanish ships. Not...
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